Datalogic VLASE Diode Laser

For industrial marking even of difficult to mark materials.
High efficiency, low operating costs.

Powerful marking of even "difficult to mark" materials

Datalogic VLASE solid-state lasers

The VLASE laser series combines long-term manufacturing experience with the high performance of diode laser sources (DPSS) and the flexibility of modern controllers. This combination has resulted in a laser that builds on proven technology adapted to the most demanding requirements of the digital industry.It uses the latest semiconductor laser diode technology to deliver excellent beam quality, high peak power and short pulse width.


An air-cooled solid-state laser that operates at a wavelength of 1064 nm with an average power of 10 or 20 W. Excellent beam quality and the ability to be used on a wide range of materials is one of the main advantages of the VLASE infrared marking laser.



Using the VLASE-IR platform, which maximizes the efficiency of the system by using additional crystals. Half the wavelength compared to standard solid-state and fiber lasers results in a smaller heat-affected zone, smaller spot size and higher resolution. This laser source offers significant advantages when marking materials such as plastics that do not react with infrared wavelengths.



Leverages the extensive experience and success of the V-lase solid-state laser series. Using additional crystals (Third Harmonic Generation (THG) opto-mechanical architecture), it achieves a shortening of the laser wavelength to 355 nm. The wavelength of the VLASE UV source, compared to a longer wavelength laser, causes less mechanical damage to the material and minimizes heating of the surrounding material (HAZ). The extreme power of this laser source makes it ideal for demanding marking of materials such as glass and plastics in the automotive, medical, aerospace and electronics industries.


Solid State Laser (SSL) technology is considered the best solution for providing high quality marking with excellent results even in difficult applications such as highly reflective materials, heat sensitive materials or difficult to mark plastic components.